UPDATE: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, we are indefinitely postponing our History Happy Hour that was scheduled for April 30. We still plan to have this event at some point in the future, but we want to wait until it is appropriate to set a new date.
If you had tickets and would like a refund, you can request one through Eventbrite or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org; this request must be made by April 29. However, please consider leaving your tickets as a general donation to the National Museum of the Great Lakes to help support our ongoing virtual programming. (Please note – when we reschedule the History Happy Hour, you will need to purchase a new ticket if you want to attend).
It’s 5 o’clock and time to add a little history to your happy hour! Grab your friends for happy hour drinks and explore the museum exhibits after-hours during our new History Happy Hour series.
MARCH HISTORY HAPPY HOUR:
The Women Who Made the Great Lakes
From Native American poet Jane Schoolcraft, to early 19th century Great Lakes captain and Toledoan Grace Waite, to the only female Great Lakes Gold Life Saving Medal Awardee Jean Colby—mix and mingle while watching history come alive at our first after-hours happy hour event highlighting “The Women Who Made the Great Lakes.”
Roam the museum with your drink and hear stories of daring rescues, dangerous shipwrecks, and most of all, trailblazing women.
Tickets are $25 for members and $30 for non-members and include drinks, snacks and open access to the museum after-hours with interactive story-telling.